08:49 AM, 03-Apr-2022
Alyssa Healy’s second consecutive century
World Cup semi: hundred.
World Cup final: hundred.
Not bad, Healy. Not bad. pic.twitter.com/RGrdVtaMYL
— Australian Women’s Cricket Team (@AusWomenCricket) April 3, 2022
08:42 AM, 03-Apr-2022
Alyssa Healy nears century
Alyssa Healy is fast approaching her century. She is scoring runs at a strike rate of over 100 and is looking to take Australia towards a big score. Australia’s score after 33 overs: 185/1, Alyssa Healy (98*), Beth Mooney (12*)
08:30 AM, 03-Apr-2022
England’s first success
England have finally got their first wicket of the match. Sophie Eccleston got Rachel Haynes caught by Beaumont on the very first ball of her fifth over. Rachel Haynes scored 68 runs in 93 balls before being dismissed.
08:21 AM, 03-Apr-2022
Australia complete 150 runs
Australia completely dominates over England. The defending champion is craving for the first wicket. On the other hand, Alyssa Healy and Rachel Haynes are not giving any chance to the English bowlers. Australia’s score after 28 overs: 152/0, Alyssa Healy (80*), Rachel Haynes (66*)
08:03 AM, 03-Apr-2022
Australia completes 100 runs
Australia has longed for a wicket for the bowlers of England. Alyssa Healy and Rachel Haynes have completed their half-centuries. Australia has also completed 100 runs. Australia score after 23 overs: 115/0, Alyssa Healy (56*), Rachel Haynes (54*)
— ICC (@ICC) April 3, 2022
08:01 AM, 03-Apr-2022
Alyssa Healy’s fifty
After Rachel Haynes, Alyssa Healy has also completed her half-century. Healy completed his fifty in 62 balls with a four.
07:57 AM, 03-Apr-2022
Rachel Haynes completes half century
Rachel Haynes has completed her half-century in 69 balls while batting brilliantly. Australia score after 21 overs: 98/0, Alyssa Healy (43*), Rachel Haynes (50*)
07:31 AM, 03-Apr-2022
Australia completed 50 runs
Australia has made a strong start. The team has touched the 50-run mark without losing any wicket. Australia’s score after 13 overs: 54/0, Alyssa Healy (25*), Rachel Haynes (26*)
06:59 AM, 03-Apr-2022
Australia’s slow start
Australia made a modest start, scoring 25 runs in seven overs without losing a wicket. Rachel Haynes (17 *) and Alice Healy (5 *) are at the crease after scoring runs.
06:38 AM, 03-Apr-2022
The opening pair of Alyssa Healy and Rachel Haynes opened the innings for Australia. While Katherine Brunt has got the new ball from England.
06:21 AM, 03-Apr-2022
England team landed without change
Tammy Beaument, Danny Wyatt, Heather Knight, Nate Seaver, Amy Jones, Sophia Dunkley, Katherine Brunt, Sophie Eccleston, Kate Cross, Charlotte Dean, Anya Shrubsole
— ICC Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) April 3, 2022
06:16 AM, 03-Apr-2022
a change in australia
There has been a change in the Australian team. Ellyse Perry has been included in the squad in place of Annabel Sutherland.
Alyssa Healy, Rachel Haynes, Meg Lenning, Ellyse Perry, Beth Mooney, Talia McGraw, Ashley Gardner, Jess Jonasson, Alana King, Megan Schutt, Darcy Brown
06:13 AM, 03-Apr-2022
England team won the toss against Australia and decided to bowl first.
06:01 AM, 03-Apr-2022
AUS W vs ENG W Live Score: Alyssa Healy’s second consecutive century, completed 100 runs with fours, Australia crossed 200
Hello everyone, welcome to Amar Ujala’s live blog. The two most successful teams of the tournament, Australia and England, face each other in the title match of the ICC Women’s World Cup. Six-time champion Australia has not lost a single match this time and is a strong contender for the title.